The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1947 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 13, 1947
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SATUKPAT, DECEMBER 18, WIT Phon* 44«1 Miss Barham Honored With Dessert Bridge >*re. Gene C. Fellows of Memphis a»her mother, Mrs. Loy B. Elch. erlftrtalned yesterday atlernoon at Ihe Eich home with a dessert bridge complimenting Miss Shirley BBrham, bride-elect. The home was decoraUd with a Christmas motif In the dining room and the mantle held * bridal «cene with silver wedding bells. The gue-st of honor's place was marked with a gardenia corsage, a glH of the hostesses. They also presented her ivllh a silver tray. In the bridge games played Mlii Jva Seay won high score. Special guests were Mrs. H. L. Harp, mother of the bride-groom elect, and Mrs. George W. Barham, grandmother of the bride- elect. Mrs. Baker Entertains Honoring Miss Crawford Miss Eugenia Crawford, bride- elect of Jack Thomas Hale, wns ~>~^v «. uairt luuru:^ naie, wns again honored last night, when Mrs. L. E. Baker entertained with a dessert bridge «t her hom« on East Kentucky. Miss Snyder Becomes Bride of 0. E. Manner Miss Bftrtye Snydcr, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. O, N. Snyder, became the bride of O. E. Hauner in a quiet ceremony yesterday afternoon at, 4 o'clock in the parsonage of the Lake Street Methodist Church. The Rev. H. H. Blerliu officiated. The bride wore a light beige suit with brown accessories. She pinned at her shoulder a corsage of : yellow rosebuds. She had as her matron of honor and only attendant. Mrs. Fred Stevenson, who wore a grey suit and. [ black accessories. A corsage of white carnations was pinned at her shoulder. '» O- Gucrin served as Mr. Han- nt'ri hest man. The couple left immediately alter the ceremony (or a two weeks wedding trip to Sioux Cits', Ion-a. They will make their home In Blytheville, where Mrs. Manner is employed al Dr. J. E. Bcasley's office and Mr. Hanncr Is engaged in farming. Nora Hagan Will Wed [Joseph Anthony Seivert Mr. and Mrs. Williams Edward I Hagan announce the engagement I of their daughter, Miss Nora Ed- 1 wina Haf an, to Joseph Anthony I Seivert. son of Mrs. Amanda Seiv- I ert and the late Joseph Albert Seiv- | ert of St. Almo, Illinois, Plans of the wedding will be ail| nounced later. Miss Hagan was graduated from lArmorel High School and is now I employed as cashier and bookeeper I for Langston-Wroten Co. Mr. Seivert, a graduate of St. Almo I High School, is a veteran of four ars service with the Army. He is S employed by the Norge Stove ., at Essingham, Illinois. • • * {junior High Principal [Speaks At P.T.A. Meet A. E. Caldwell, principal of Ju- Inlor High School, was guest speak- ler at the Sudbury Parent Teacher • Association meeting Wednesday aft• ernoon at Sudbury School. He chose • us his subject. "Fun That's Free" Mrs. Tim Estes, president, pre- lnlded during the business meeting •and Mrs. R. B. Stout was In charge •of the program. I During the program, Mrs. Ralph IBerryman, assisted by Mrs D C • McCIenn, and the sixth grade pupils • gave a "Christmas Opera." The room count for the downstairs classes was won by Miss Beatrice Hargeti and Mrs. Louise Teague, and Mrs. McLean for the upstairs [classes. The devotional was given by Mrs. |H. G. Partlow. * • * Christmas Party Given By Mr. and Mrs. Berry r ' anci MrSl Kci>t| all Berry were and hostess last night when entertalned (he employes, with t heir husbands or wives of the -franklin Press and AppIebaiiirTs, with B dinner party at, their home. , The dining table from which din- ier was served was centered with Wlvcr hells, flanked by two while fcatuHes burning in crystal candelabra. In the entertaining rooms pine fones and holly were attractively Arranged to carry out the Christinas molif. During the evening, parly games were 'played and . p rlM won by .Irs. Wilbur Mathis. Out-of-town guests were Mr and Wtrs. W. D. McDaniel of steele, Mo Santa Bunco Party Is Given Honoring Jackie Estes Jackie Estes. daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Tim Estes, celebrated her IS'.h birthday last night with R bunco Bits of News MIK. W, H. Flnkcr. Mrs. LOB Young of Osct-ola mid Mrs. Eugene P. Still spout Tlmrsdny In Memphis Mr. and Mrs. John Arends and . daughter. Martha Frances, and Mis ..... Edith House, n || OI chnrlestcm, Mo. caudles. Each Inble vns centered with a rebllca of the dining table centerpiece nnd the bride-elects place was marked with a miniature bridal doll. The buffet was attractively arranged with a largo white wedding boll, flanked by toll white, tapers burning in crystal caudle- bra. During the bridge gamps playrd, Mrs. Worth UoMcr won<.hl|>h, and Mrs, James N. Parks, low. Miss Crawford alsq wns presented with a gift from her hastcsx. j Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford, mother of I the bride-elect, was a special guest. Miss Crawford wore a two piece! red velvet dress trimmed In rlunc- stones, with black accessories. Johnny Carwyle Weds In Ceremony Thursday Mrs. S. B. Fatten today announced the marriage of her daughter, Miss Johnny Carwyle to J. C. Whittle, son of Mrs. Cleve Whittle of Yarbro. The wedding was solemn- reed Thursday night 6:30 o'clock at the home Of her mother, with the nc\: Vent Howlin, pastor of the rull Gospel Tabernacle, official- Ing. The bride wore a beige wool dress with black accessories.'ami a cor- snge of pink carnations at her shoulder.- She had as her maid of honor and only attendant. Mis.? Mlllte Weeks, who wore a blue crepe with black accessories. Billy Gibbs was Mr. Whittle's best man. Immediately follou'ing the ceremony a supper was held at Mrs Patton's home Mrs. Whittle attended school In Blytheville. and Mr. Whittle was graduated from Blytheville High School. He Is a veteran of four years in the Army. The couple \viJl make their home in Yarbro, where he is engaged in (arming. * • County B. W. C, Meets For Business, Program The Federation of Business Women's Circles of the Mississippi County- Associations! Women's Missionary Union held their regular business meeting Thursday night at Calvary Baptist, church Dinner was served in the recreation rooms of the church, which were decorated with a Christmas tree, polnsettlas. silver bells a:id ' miniature figurines. ] Mrs. Mabel Lunsford, vice president of the federation, presided over the banquet. Miss Mildred Trail led the group in singing Christmas carols and Miss Pulsy Hayncs sang. '"Noel", accompan- mcd by Miss Trail, pianist. The new federation president. Mrs. Ivan Van patten Blytheville First Baptist Church, was unreduced by Mrs. Lunsford, and she presided over the business meeting. Mrs. Orrin Hunt, associations! W. M. U. supervisor, spoke briefly on her hopes for the federation in the coming year and Mrs. D B. Bledsoe gave the devotional on' the Christinas Story. A playlet, "Hear The Bells", was presented by the Girls Auxiliary of First Baptist church under the direction of Mrs. Ebb Carson. Churches represented at the meeting were Blyihevilie First Bap- list, calvary, Osceola Baptist and Lonchville Baptist. Mrs. Hardy Entertains C.B.C. Club Members Mrs. A, A. Hardy was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the C.B.C. Club at the Alvin Hardy home on Highway 61 North. Decorations of holly and red berries were used to carry out the Christmas theme in the entertaining roams. In the games played. Mrs, Paul Byrnm won high, Mrs. R. A, Copeland, second high nnd Mrs. C. S. Dowdy, rooko. - The hostess served a dessert and coffee. , . . B '" |C '» The home was decorated In Ihe afternoon. Christmas theme and refreshments of ice cream anrt cake were served. She was assisted In arrvlnj by her parents and sister, Doboic Christmas Party Held Al*Alvin Huffman Home Eugene p. still nl ,d |,. c . B Yrmi 1K arn spending (be week-end In j-rk- «on. Miss, where (Hey are attending a meeting 0 [ |) w Lincoln-Mercury dealers. Mr. nnd Mrs. Monroe Boshrurse are the rwroiiu 0( » 5on ^^ Th""r first "' Ul " Wal '" Hospllnl ' I ed Michael Monroe"™ Mrs" '"n'e- shearsr Is ll»> former Miss Vir- The. Pirtells Sunday School Class! £ ,h w ,,r I I >r "" >r Mlss V(f - helrl a Christmas party last night I £j \\.?, ""'' rw) ^" Rlllcr °< Mr ' nt the home of Mrs. Alvin Huffmnn I omdilioii of M £ ~ Sr,, with Mrs. Marlon Williams as „, =,' ,,' °J, nMn ; *" ° Fowl " r rr^Lr,,?, — &r3Si i5 ?,F j "^ uT-r-^TcS^^^^ Christmas Story. Mrs. Marlon Williams gave the reading, "Why Christmas Chimes Ring" and presented each Eliest with a Christmas remembrance. The group presented Mrs. Williams, who Is their teacher, with a gift of a crs'.sial vase, nnd they exchanged gifts, Guests included Mrs. E. C. Brown and Mrs. D. B, Bledsoe.• Bride-Elect Is Honored At Dessert Bridge Party Miss Eugenia Crawford, who Is Condition of s. M. Hood, who is a patient at Blytheville Hospital is Improved today. John Corn and Red Powell ol Johnson Cily, Tennessee and Event Martin, Fred WhH.sell and John Kemp of New York City, N. Y,, have returned to their homes after visiting with Mr, and Mrs. Russell Campbell for several days. While here thoy motored to Brown's Lake al Jonesboro and to Big Lake for a duck hunt. Condition of Mrs. J. D. McDowell, who was admitted to Blytheville Hospital Thursday night for treatment of a severe cold, is Improved. »-vf.»-*"" v>,,.,. .\,i \,, rtiiv, i;i • .- Ttrini „ honored with secern! parties ! • Wllltnm Robinson nnd Mrs. prior to her marriage to Jack' 1 noy M »>'l>or, both ,,r st. Louis. Mo., Thomas Hale on December 28. was! nre • i l )elullll i, r Ihe weekend here ns complimented Wednesday night, * uesls °' " lp ' r mother, Mrs. A. M. when Misi Molly Guard 'and Mrs' l l^ . James c. Guard entertained with "lends have have been informed iv dessert bridge. The affair, nl-l of tlle critical illness of Dr. E. C. (ended by 1G guests, was at the 1 Iiudd o[ Salida. Colo., who is a pa- J. U Guard home at 121 East ticnt ' at Memorial Hospital, Colo- Davis. ; rado Springs. Colo. Dr. Budd is for- Entertatning room. 1 ; of the home ) mci ' I'ead of the Mississippi County were attractively decorated in stl'-' HCRlth Unit, and left here npproxi- ver and other colors carrying out 1 n ' n 'cly two years :igo. the Christmas motif, as were the' Condition of Clifton Wi, Make the Wardrobe You Have Now Into A New Look' for Old Siistrsllons for f(iiiv*rHn« l»sl ycir'.* to foiiform U Ihls year s fashlun chanscs art Illustrated above, Tru Mvcrcly •Iniirlc still, photoerajihed left, lakes on tlie "ntw look," ihown BV EI'SIK KINAKI, AT.'it I'.ishli.n Ililltor NHW YOHK, (NEA)-Yoll' call put that "new look" Into your wardrobe this full without tossing the clolhes you already have out the window—nnd without scrnimlng your budget, Let :i lup-nnlch maker nf s-|y|es show you tlie wny. Then you can no Into your own closet and do the mute rc-styllng job Tlim U»«American designer, hns done urltig them ii|i-to-<lnle. In left and rcnlrr sktlclirs, when iklrt material _ ,^, «. . full rcnliim on remodeled Jacke*. Out-morfed <Chttt*rtttt rlilit, Is tirouuhl up |o dale, In iketch at right, M a tktri iul The full-length ohcsltn'field conl, ! »'i.'nr photographed above Is K likely hold-' new cnllnr mid 11 full buck, And over. It has MK shoulders, sleeves nnd a slde-senmcd skirt, your new .shorlto with sklvt, silt ni Die .semllne. Now tuko lust yfiir's short and seveiely shnpl.t suit, like the onl- Letllnn down the setn won't help ! "'" <lci1 i«iinl»r which MIIIIM to be on Ihls one. says Miss l/cscr in-! 8 ' 1 ' 1 "" llln model ubovc iv bit of B slend. she convert* It Into » 'new-j ! lc 1[ lRcllc ' Ilr looks Iwyeloss, but It styled shorlle shown 111 the sketch"""" next to II. Here's how Miss User tell you lo do It,: Shorten thn conl, lh ° i Isn't. Designer Loser wives It by material In tlng nil (lie J and remove the \ the suit luln ix pcplum Jacket. 8h« w^j^^j^^ to i £'r ^ ^K-b.ssr^.'Sj'sj»iniis ^i 11 " 1 ^ ± ^ weur flannel ikirt. Other chinfw ta 111* Jacket Includ* rMnikloc kta* front at th* gtrm«nt M War nrtn hUj* %hro»tllrn disappear into collar. And *h« ing the ihouldcri. You'll set In* ld»» from UM tnal- »nd-back iketchM nnt to th* pU- lurt, look around far » Coming Events Social Calendar li.ive a dunce - Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford, mother vvho ImS . Ixcn a patient at the of the bride-elect, and Mrs, E. I,.! Walls Hospital since Tncsdiiy ,., H.iln nf Arinorc), mother of the Improved loday. bridegroom - elect, guests. were special M 's. R- B. Purvis and grandson, - -Michael Caraway, and Miss June Miss Crawford wore for the oc- Gosncll spent today in Mcmpliis cation a black ballerina skirt with I Thc v went especially to meet Mian aqua satin blouse accessories. She was gifts~by the hostesses. SUNDAY Woman's Auxilhrv of ihe coat for cd Jacket with a dark grny men'» Ing project. clul pattern with th« pcptum *•»- lurt to B«t a itcri on thta mtjof- and black] Purvis, who was returning from presented • Rochester. Minn., where lie spent p ' m ' I a week undergoing examination at, ! Mayo's Cltmc. Presbyicrlnii Churc'li nicctlng at the church Monday afternoon nt 2:30 o'clock. Miss Shlrtcy Bnrham will become Ihe bride ol Rouse Harp in a ceremony at First Chrisllan Church nt Club Is Entertained By Mrs. J. C. Frazier Mrs. J. C. Frazier was hostess Thursday night to members of the O. N. B club at the home of Mrs. H. C. Blankenship. Monrtny Royal Neighbors Lodge will Recognition Is Won ' 1J- IA • ,u . MISS Muriel Knudsen al Ihe home of Mrs. Pearl Hires, \ Monday, 7:30 p.m. The Women's Society of Chrlstlnn Service, Mrst Methodist Church, The poem "The Hnven" by Miss vvl " lncct Momlny for their Olirlst- Murlel Knudsen, daughter of Mr mns Umc "eon In circle groups, ctr- anri Mrs. O. E. Knudsen, who is a I clp Tlllc ". Mrs. \V C, Hlgglnson. student at MacMurray College I30:l w - Chlcknsawba, at 1 o'clock. Guests included Mrs" Alvin Lane i f.^^onvllle. III., has won rccogn^ C| ^ ICTO ^ "rs. Harry W. Hnlnes, • -- — iJ«ne! tlon )n U)e Nntio ,, al p oetry Asso . I with Mrs. E. B Gee BB -~ '• . and Miss Gloria Paught !„,.,., In the games played Mrs. Blank- ! -I, 0 "' enship won bunco, Mrs Louis',, pocm Zeller won high and Mrs. Herman i, (le . Aiulual Hoffman, low. Poetry. The hostess served refreshments ' of a salad plate with drinks. . he n»blished in o'osy of College \0nly until Christmas Credit it Free at Fitzpatrick's , JEWELRY STORES IH takw only 3 Minutes to Open » Chh»rr« Account *rt th« moiors wiih J pedigree ihe moior* wilh the urei fiihor- mcn want! The only motors with ih* revolutionary Wtt^[c5t Drive, that lets ycni rvm jnn aHouc xnywhcrc ihcrc\ vaier! Kxc.usive four-cyt indcr pcrlormance, too — Evinrud* tuning rase! have a limited supply of Evin- rudts right now — but better hurry! Hall & Redman OUTBOARD MOTORS 610 W. Ash St. Phone 2971 med J025 Clilcknsnwbn, at 1 o'clock, circle six. Mrs. P. D. Foster, 1110 w. Main nt 1 o'clock. G. E. O. dull meeting nt, the home of Mrs. Rny WhUUngton. Olenncrs Sunday' School Class of the First BnvjlLst Church hnving Christmas party al the home of OSCEOLA, Dec. n. — Mrs. Bruce Mrs - K 0 '" 111 ' 1 Berry, nt 7:00 p.m. At Luxora P.T.A. Meetina Colbert ' entertained yesterday at-1 w - M ' s - of u ' c Fir st Baptist y ternoon al her home twn tables of Church will have a Missionary Pro- Minister is Speaker Mrs. Colbert Entertains Bridge Club and Guests Wednesday Twciittcth-Cciilury Club will have a dance with Mr. and Mrs. Dob Lee Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Old- haul, Mr, and Mrs. I,. O. Posey Jr., Mr. and Mrs, L. O. Thompson jr. nnd Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry as liosl and hostesses. Town and Country Club meellnu with Mrs. n. C. Rose. Thurjidny Mid-Week Club meeting with Mra M, O. Us icy. Jolly ElRlit Club will meet al the home of Mrs. J. O. Huey. Hadirday La Nueve Club will have a Christmas parly and luncheon *l the Hotel Noble with Mrs. N. O. Jerome as hostess. Cnlnllim Club will have- a dance Saturday night Deo. 20, nt B o'clock at tho Hut. Hosts and hostesses will Cantata To Be Given By Osceola Glee Club OSCEObA, Dec. is. — The Annual ciirlstnms Canlalir-wlll be presented Sunday night at 8 o'clock "t Ihe First Baptist chiirdi by Ihe Osccola Illuh School Glee CluU. The program ij "Th,. Olnlst Child",- and A. K. UuUKlierty will direct the music. Tho uev. llcrsclmlle Ooiichinnfi, will give the Invocation and the Rev. U H. Still will be In charge of the offertory. The benediction will IK Riven by the Rev. Russell J. Clubb. LUXORA Ark Dec 13 — The club members and' two guests, Mrs. | gram tit the church at 2:30 p.m. Rev. Charles E Lewis spoke at the Tim Bow!cji nnd Mr «. Bob Kendrlck. j Y- W. A. will meet with MM. C. E. month'.v meeling of Ihe lAixorn ! ls ' Joc Roach •";• wo " »r sl -1 J " h " son nt f:30. Parent'Teachers"Association which f'°" ?"&%"• J ' ^ Ta >' Ior *°" second high. met in the high school auditorium Wednesday. His subject was "Bro- thThond", and lie stated that th bases for brotherliood were better ! understanding and unity. Better understanding begins in the home with the churches, schools and P. T. A. following BS the greatest lev- „ . eling and equalizing forces. He brotherhood? Tuesday Club Eifiht members will lie r-n- The Christmas Ihr-mo was carried ! (crtalncri by Mrs. Charles Lnneiton ' '" "' ' ' out in the tallies nnd decorations The hostess served a snlad plate following the game.?. one Christ, and asking, "What is being done in your cc/nmunitj' for closed Ins remarks by saying that j Mrs. T. L. Stanford, president there co;tld never be true brother- i opened the meeting by asking the hood until there Was unity—when members lo sine Christmas carols ' all people ran celebrate in true She also gave the president's TTIE.I-' ! Christian spirit and gather around sagp. wilh a Christmas party. Tri-Town Bridge Club will have n Christmas party . and luncheon nt Hotel Noble with Mrs. Russell Haynes Fnrr as hostess. Thursday N'lRht Bridge Club Hireling nt (he home of Mrs. Ben liar- pole. . be Mr. and Mrs. Max lx>gan, Mr, ami Mrs, Blberl. Huffman nnd Mr and Mrs. Tliad Nlcol. Civic Calendar Moln*iv Junior Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, 1:30 p.m. Tuesday Lions Oliili, 12:10 p.m. American Legion. 7:30 p.m. WVrfrH'fifray Klwnnls CHib, 12:16 pm. Central PTA: Executive Board 2:30 p.m.; PTA, 3:00. Girl Scout Lone Troop, 8 p.m. Tliur.lllay Rolary Club, 12: is p.m. Osceola Events Friday Basketball, Oscenln vi. Dycss here, 0:30 p.m. Saturday Basketball, Osccoln vs. Wilson, here, C:00 p.m. l.nlrst In Ball Points BOSTON IUPJ — An Ingenious Bostonlan has Invented a ball point Attend Spradley Funeral A large number of out of town people were lie re yesterday to nL- the funeral services of Ebb Sprnd- ley, who died of a hcnrt attnck Thursday morning. They Included, Mr. nnd MYa. 8. E. Cuopcr of Hamilton, Aln.. Mr. nnd Mrs, j. w. Shlnn of linirlson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lex Cobb. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Walker, Mrs. Rlley Cole. Mrs. Joe Von Allnion,' nil of Newborn. Term, nud Jack Sprndlcy of Memphis, Tcmi. Mr. nnd Mm. Bentnn King of O.woln, Mr. and Mrs. Tnll John- win of Joiner, Mr. nnrt Mrs. W. K. Harlan, Mr. nnd Mrs. Russell Devore of Rlptey, Tcmi., Mr. nnd Mr«. W. M Devore, Virgil Kinder of Whllfiwnlor, Mo.. Mr. nnd Mm. Ijnul.T Frermnn and Mrs. 3n)ly Free- nmti of Dell. The "Arlscoot," a gasoline-powered runabout, that fits into private |>Mii(u>, make* It poslbte. for pilots lo gel around after landing. pen with which women CBJI dill) perfume. A' Paris themselves with merchant has ordered 100,000 of them. CANDY IS ALWAYS THE PROPER GIFT! WE FEATURE THE FINEST: * Norris * Hollingsworth * Russell Stover CHRISTMAS GIFT BOXES FROM 1 Ib. TO 5 Ibs. GET "HERS" NOW FROM— WOOD'S DRUG STORE 221 West Main St. Phone 507 !;&-• TRY! WHY? Spent! back-breaking, hrow- persnirinK days . . . enslaved by your washfub ... In an Inadetjualcly heated, dismal unfinished basemcnl? [I EASY LAUNDRY ' . . . bring your wash to our Laundry. At the drop of a . . . presto! Sparkle— Clean wash ami linens. Bettch than ever before! Blytheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners Phone 4418 mi No IMS^CS linnorril on Sundny at ContlntlotM Shows .Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Nluhl Excrpl Conliuiiniis Shows Kvcry Day Uox Office Opens 1:15 Sli»\v Starts 2:00 MSTKN TO KI.CN !:M a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:3* pIB. (lie Kn.vy Saturday Tumbleweed Trail wilh Kdilte Dean Serial "The Vlfrllinle" NB, It .-ind t'artoon Cent. Shows Sat. 11 a.m.-1l:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday \ 'Suddenly lt% Spring A toowevnl Pkn** *omng Pautette Goddard \ Fred MacMurray ParamAWit Newa and Short Cant. Showlnr Sunday 1;3«-H:* A Special 20 Minute Short •« Louis-Wolcott fight Sayings Bond Sales $45,465 For Noy ember November Mlei of UJk StTinff Bonds In Ulmlnlppi Count; amounted to M8.4«, booiUnc total «alw to date for 19*7 to «MO,MC.M or 73 per cent of the jrwr'i mifn- ment, It w.« rtporUd too»y *, the Trensury Department. Eitrlei E bond ulo toUlnl tX,4N and Series F «!«• unounUd t« Urt.Mfl No Series O bond* were K>U. Bond sale* In Arkmnsu In November were the loweirt of th« y««r, the Treitury Department rtporUd. S«lM totaled «.16»,g»!.J», • brinfinj the tolal for the ywtr to «}*,M«,«II.-. t)0 or 88.4 per cent of, tin minimum quota of »3«,000,000. __: , * Oldut llvlrtf hold*r *t UM OOM- Kic.vilonal Medal of Honor ta Charlei Wlndolph, M, at LMd m. M. P«r»m U Dat N.w» C«ntlni* 1US ».«.-ll:M p.m. •how >Urta«!«i 8»t«rd»y When Dal tons Rode with Randolph Hrolt A Serial "G-Man" Cnnlinnon N». I " Sunday, Monday Cont. (ihowtnr SwBday l:lS-lt:W r« Nvm Coming |* HM GEM THEATRE BlyttwilU, Ark. v West of r Carson City C..t. AimMim VMto IK !•*

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